C3i #30..wow..

Just arrived! C3i #30 replete with a huge selection of COIN articles, new scenarios for Op Dauntless, Triumph & Tragedy, GBOH and more. All that and interviews, charts play aids and a mini game with a maximum (32 pages) rule book from the man himself # Mark Herman!

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Year End Survey: What gaming magazine readers like. What do you like?

I was doing a survey for a end of year ‘what do you want more of’ survey by a forward thinking magazine in our space.

Which got me to thinking about all you groovy readers here. Over the past few years my volume of posts has gone down a fair bit, but the pages viewed per visitor as stayed fairly constant 3.2 vs 2.8 per visit. Meaning despite a reduction on visits driven by post volume you are still reading or looking at or watching the same amount. Nice!

Two years ago I posted 900+ items to the blog this year just 355.

So back to the magazine. The editor for the survey asked “What people like best and what type of articles were most liked”, 50% said they liked the enclosed game more than full color layout the next closest was 25% liking the articles [57 respondents,  survey just came out today FYI.]

56% liked reviews best versus interviews after action reports and scenarios.

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Jerusalem Images from 2016

No commentary but if you want a quick look at feel for Tel Aviv/Jaffa  in the first few shots then lots of images of the Tour of Jerusalem sit back and enjoy. Jerusalem starts 1:43

Interview with Geoff Engelstein Designer of The Fog of War by Stronghold Games — The Players’ Aid

Before Essen Spiel 2016, I did some research and put together a list of games that I wanted to play that were releasing there. While The Fog of War didn’t make that list of 10 games, I had my eye on it and was very intrigued by what I was reading about it. With that […]

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